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mobster joe pesci. >> don't move. >> she had a strong alibi. >> do you know who shot garrett warren? >> i don't know. >> that's only the start of the twists in this hollywood mystery. >> this is one of those stranger-than-fiction kind of things. certainly nobody would write a consistent like this. >> the most stunning twist was what didn't happen. >> my mom said, don't you [ bleep ] die. that hit me harder than the bullets. my mom never swore. >> i'm lester holt, and this is "dateline." tonight, as they say in hollywood, the plot thickens. here's josh mankiewicz. >> ready, and action. >> ugh! ah! >> action. >> action! action! >> it rank second only to money word in hollywood. and here in l.a. where life and art are often the same thing, there's a real-life drama that rivals any action movie with a plot that includes all the elements of classic film noir. >> cut. >> a mystery featuring an assassin, a femme fatale, a hollywood star, and a stuntman who takes the fall. and as for the money, we'll get to that. let's start with the biggest name on the marquee, joe pesci, famous for his roles as
. and finally, claudia's second husband, garrett warren. a hollywood stuntman and martial arts expert. a man very familiar with danger. fade in -- early evening in the quiet town of west lake village, california, outside of l.a. stuntman garrett warren heard a knock on his door and a voice on the other de asking about his new silver volvo parked in the driveway. garrett answered, then comes our first plot twist. three shots into his body. one more into garrett's right eye. the daredevil's luck had run out. >> i called, and his mother answered the phone screaming, crying, just distraught, wally, wally, you're not going to believe what happened. what? you know, garrett's been shot. >> wally crowder was a fellow stuntman and garrett's good friend. >> garrett was one of those men that you could count on. you hear in life that you're lucky if you have five friends or you can count a friend on one hand. garrett was that friend to me. >> wally's been in the business for more than 30 years. >> garrett warren was probably the finest fight man you could ask for. i had hired him on several shows, got t
garrett didn't like the idea is a close adviser to the mentor and the first lady. i want to be clear. it's not that she ordered them to stop. as to the normal chain of command. they should stop working on it but not great when asked why commences the reason i came back. >> host: was valerie garrett involved in any of the discussions with hillary clinton, robert gates and land another? was she in the room quiet >> and clear probably not. there were a lot of discussions between valerie garrett and the president himself. remember barack obama has started about valerie garrett, he told "the new york times" in 2009, i never make an important decision without talking to valerie garrett first. he said that he meets with her two to three times a day. if you look away his visitor logs, you'll notice in the first years of the, while they were hunting bin laden, the nci director leon cannata only visits the white house nine times. so you're two to three times a day on one hand versus nine times in two years. you see the enormous influence of valerie garrett. >> host: you describe in your book how t
garrett and peter nicholas. the mayor is in our washington studio. before we leave tampa, let's start there. what is your impression of the republican convention this year? >> thank you for having me, by the way. it is good to be with the three of you. i thought that the madison avenue advertising executives they brought in to recast governor romney did a fairly good job of making him warmer and fuzzier. aha i think that they also did a good job of talking in generalities. if you listened, governor romney asked to listen to a speech and there was not there. not a lot to talk about ending medicare as we know it, turning it into a coupon program. they did not talk very much about the tax cut. $5 trillion that will just extend the deficit, along with the ryan budget, 29 years before we solved it. if i did not see and hear the kind of specific -- i did not see or hear the kind of specifics we were hoping to hear from them. host: -- >> the next set of questions comes from major garrett. >> i know it is your line to be critical of the republicans and their convention, but i want you to addr
around. okay, and who's gonna worry about you? what do you think i have garrett for? (chuckles) renzulli: next item. please give a warm welcome to a very special guest. my good friend, detective danny reagan. (applause, cheers) all right, fellas, ladies, i'm looking for your help on, uh, case i'm working here. whoa. detective reagan needs our help? what next? we all getting raises? (laughs) that's good. especially coming from a guy who couldn't find a collar in a shirt factory. (laughter, jeers) all right, seriously, i need your eyes and ears out there on the street today looking for this guy. his name is leo packer. all right? we like him for a string of push-in robberies on the east side. he's a real charmer this guy. targets sweet, old ladies. offers to help them with their bags then helps with everything they got. his latest victim is in the hospital with a broken jaw. so he's no joke, all right? see him out there, scoop him up, give me a holler. thanks. you got it. that's a wrap. let's go to work. hey, kid, take one of those. i need to talk to you for a second. hand those out, pleas
.r. 6365, the national security and job protection act of 2012. mr. garrett: and ask for its immediate consideration. in the house. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 6365, a bill to amend the balanced budget and emergency deficit control act of 1985, to replace a sequester established by the budget control act of 2011. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 778, the bill is considered read. the gentleman from new jersey, mr. garrett, and the gentleman from maryland, mr. van hollen, each will control 30 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from new jersey. mr. garrett: thank you again, mr. speaker. i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days in which to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous material on h.r. 6365. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. garrett: at this time, mr. speaker, i yield to myself 3 1/2 minutes. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for 3 1/2 minutes. the gentleman is recognized. mr. garrett: thank you. mr. speaker, you know,
from my fellow commissioners, i ask that the call out line item #2. >> capt. garrett, the commanding officer of central station to address the commission on police activities in the central district. >> president, commissioners and chief, acting director and members of the community, welcome to the central district. it is a distinct honor to host the police commission tonight. my name is capt. garrett tom, the new captain of central station, but i am not new to central. this is my fourth tour of duty at the central district. i started out here over 40 years ago as the new guy. i remember the chief as one of the more senior veterans when we're eating at 3:00 in the morning, but this, right after in 1982, i was stationed here for my training and i came back and made it as a sergeant in 1993 and put the next several years that central station with the assignment of gang sergeant in chinatown. i had a great time and when i was promoted to inspector, i came back in 2000 and hopefully i can and my career here at central station. thank you for a signing here i was born in chinese hospital j
commissioners, i ask that the call out line item #2. >> capt. garrett, the commanding officer of central station to address the commission on police activities in the central district. >> president, commissioners and chief, acting director and members of the community, welcome to the central district. it is a distinct honor to host the police commission tonight. my name is capt. garrett tom, the new captain of central station, but i am not new to central. this is my fourth tour of duty at the central district. i started out here over 40 years ago as the new guy. i remember the chief as one of the more senior vete
of clouds. little gray out there right now. west of us, coming into garrett county and in western pennsylvania. some decaying thunderstorms. they were a lot stronger just an hour ago. it's all running out ahead of a very strong cold front that will bring us some strong storms later today. i'll detail all that coming up in your weather plus forecast. >>> our big story this morning. remembering art modell, the original owner of the baltimore ravens who passed away thursday. >> this week the morning will hold a silent public tribute. that's where our 11 news reporter joins us live with more. good morning. >> good morning, rob. welsh starting at 11:00 this morning, fans will have an opportunity to say good-bye to the man who brought football back to baltimore. some fans have already started to show up here at m&t bank stadium. we're joined by john. john came out from aberdeen. john, why did you decide to come out and pay your respects this morning? >> well, mr. modell did a lot for this city. and without it, sheldon, okay, we wouldn't have -- without him, we wouldn't have pro football
on this clearly, garrett? >> good afternoon. basically the campaign has made a decision to go ahead and own these comments. they're trying to link them to the comments governor romney regularly makes publicly in which he says the president is trying to expand this idea of an entitlement society or welfare state. although he admitted last night he said it inelegantly. my question last night, i asked governor romney whether these comments coming out on tape yesterday as well as comments that have been previously reported from a fund-raiser, another fund-raiser in florida several months ago in which he laid out the policy details, why was there some discrepancy in his tone and policies behind closed doors versus in public. we have to push back a little bit on that. his answer on this he's taking process questions about the state of the campaign. they're spending their hard-earned dollars to fund his campaign asking him how he might win. those aren't what you usually talk about on the stump. folks funding the campaign get a more complete answer. he didn't address the question about policy and w
, the clown. here we go. come with me. stand over there. paula, garrett and leticia, nice to meet you folks. so you are a warrior, yes? >> princess warrior. >> wayne: i'm sorry, princess warrior. what is your finishing move as a princess warrior? ooo, paper cuts, yes. ( laughter ) you vanquished him with corrugated cardboard cuts. smack him with a upc. love that. garrett, so are you just a lumberjack or are you paul bunyon? >> i could be paul bunyon, but i'm missing my blue ox. he's sick, not feeling well. >> wayne: i know, man, it sucks. in this country, over 20 blue oxen are lost a year. i know how you feel. i feel your pain. ( laughter ) letecia, are you a clown fairy? >> i'm a clown dressed as a butterfly. >> wayne: you put a whole lot of thought into that, didn't you? well, i got a game for you. this is called don't blame me and you'll find out why. you will not be making your decisions for yourself, you will be making decisions for the other traders, okay. so that is why it is called don't blame me. now, the first deal is trader one to trader two, you will be deciding for garrett. and
, scott garrett, vice chairman of the house budget committee. we will talk to him about this gallbladders and then returned to the topic of what happened in the middle east, the attacks on the u.s. embassies. first, a news update from c-span radio. >> 8:34 in washington. as unrest continues in the middle east, protest continuing today outside the u.s. embassies in the capitals of yemen and egypt. here at home, the house plans to approve a six-month stopgap measure that would keep the government running temporarily for the first six months of fiscal 2013. the republican vice president of nominee and house budget committee chairman, paul ryan, says he will vote for the measure even though it allows spending at a pace that is $19 billion above his own stringent plan. the house leader for legislative work around noon today. live on c-span. investors and analysts will watch the federal reserve today awaiting word on possible new action to jolt the u.s. economy. many investors hope the fed will take the bold step of launching a third bond-buying program. the goal will be to try to lower long-te
-up today. major garrett from the "national journal" will be here as a "friend of bill." we'll be joined by dave zirin sports editor for the nation to take a look at the nfl deal and we'll go out on the campaign trail with ginger gibson from politico who's been following -- moving around with romney and ryan in ohio. but first... >> this is the "full court press." >> bill, have you downloaded angry birds to your new iphone? >> bill: no, i haven't. i don't know whether it is automatic. >> the most popular and financial successful noble game in history is now getting a spin-off. folks behind angry birds are giving the enemy pigs from that game their own space called bad piggies, the chubby green pigs, the enemies of the birds will get their own game. "daily beast" reminds us that -- >> bill: they make that funny noise. >> angry birds brought in over $100 million from the game, merchandising, games and the game only costs $140,000 to make. >> bill: oh, my gosh. there are so many variations, the jungle and t
is speaking. the gentleman from new jersey. mr. garrett: and i thank you. and at this time i'd like to yield five minutes to th sponsor of the legislation before us, the gentleman from florida who recognizes while the president may have presented a plan to this congress, that bill went down 414-and to the senate 97-0, the gentleman from florida. mr. van hollen: if the gentleman will yield? mr. garrett: i yield to the gentleman from florida. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida is recognized for five minutes. mr. west: i thank you, mr. speaker. this is not a charade. i was part of the military for 22 years. i know the type of cuts will do to the military. i know what this type of cuts will do to nondefense discretionary. it is all we've accomplished in education and weaken programs to help families that send young people and adults to possible. secretary of education, arne duncan. this will force defense cuts that in my view would do catastrophic damage to our militarynd the ability to be able to protect our country. i think right now, mr. speaker, 's very simple. one had a quo
. garrett: thank you. mr. speaker, you know, under current law there will be a $110 billion across-the-board cuts known as sequester that will be imposed on this country on january 2, 2013, resulting in a 10% reduction in the department of defense programs and an 8% reduction in certain domestic programs as well. in may of this year the house passed a bill to deal with this, that was the sequester replacement reconciliation act. and what this legislation would do, it would replace that sequester for 2013 with commonsense spending cuts and reforms. unfortunately we have seen a lack of leadership both over in the senate and at the white house. the senate failed to act on this legislation. the senate, where all good bills go to die, so too with this, or in any sequester replacement bill. so today the house will once again try to responsibly fix the sequester. the national security and job protection act would ensure our national security but at the same time we do that it will cut spending. the national security and job protection act would do two things. it would turn off the sequest
. garrett: i need to sit in on this. (sighs) thank you, baker. ten-hut. as you were. please. commissioner. captain mancuso. i explained to my officer that he's under no legal or departmental obligation to discuss any of the details of this shooting. and frankly sir, i told him he shouldn't have come. garrett: and that he'd be well-advised to have a lawyer or union representative present? yes. commissioner, i know that this isn't protocol, but i need to tell you personally what happened. (sighs) i was in the alley when i heard sergeant renzulli transmit that the perp was running. seconds later, somebody kicked open a door behind me, and i turned around fast. i panicked, and i fired. this was my fault. officer blake... until the shooting team conducts a thorough investigation, we really don't know what happened. so why don't you let them do their job and you need to find a lawyer. i shot an innocent man, and the last thing i had... that is why these protocols are in place... to protect you. i realize the position that i've put you in here, sir. well, i've got pretty broad shoulders. why don
for the denver debate. joining me now to talk about it, garrett hake, who has been traveling with the romney campaign. garrett, good saturday afternoon to you. what can you tell me about governor romney's debate preparations this weekend? >> well, craig, i can tell you, so far, it hasn't really started at. at the moment, he's over at his oldest son's house in massachusetts. we are expecting governor romney to participate in some more debate prep this weekend. understand senator rob portman from ohio will be here, he'll also be traveling with the governor to denver on monday. they're at the stage now where the expectations game includes not really discussing even when and where they're doing debate prep. the campaign's official line, wherever's preparing for debates, is that he's holding private meetings. they don't want to give the impression that he's doing nothing but studying. >> because, again, if you study for 75 hours for a test, you better make an a-plus, or people begin to say funny things about you. it seems like every day or so, we hear from a new republican, who's hitting the romn
journal major garrett. foreign policy is the defining issue in this most critical presidential election. barack obama is a democratic president who holds the high ground on national security and that became a problem for governor romney in his charge that the president projects weakness to america's enemies. when he got the nobel peace prize at the beginning of his term, the president decided to use that stage to make clear that even though he was elected as an opponent of the iraq war, he does not shrink from using power in the muslim world. >> religion is used to justify the murder of innocents by those who have distorted and defiled the great religion of islam. and who attacked my country. i face the world as it is. and cannot stand idle in the face of threats to the american people. chris: but governor romney was suggesting weakness and now the tarke on our consulate in benghazi where four americans were murdered. >> we express immediately when we feel that the president and his administration have done something which is inconsistent with the principles of america. chris: a similar
are down for 53, 46 in garrett county and oakland, manassas 52 and 60 degrees over in anderson. it is a beautiful morning out there with your highs this afternoon going into the mid and upper 70s. loving it. here comes monika samtani. she has your timesaver traffic. >>> i don't have good news and it is a tough one on the southbound side of the parkway. a multi-vehicle accident right after route 410. i'm showing you what it looks like from our sky 9 on the southbound side of the bw parkway, an accident involving up to eight vehicles and you can see the traffic is squeezing by to the right to get around this accident scene. if you are planning to head southbound, early delays, here's the solid back-up as you try to get past the accident. flares and police set up at the scene there to clean it up there we go. squeezing by to the right to get around it. again multi-vehicles here. i will keep you posted on that situation and the delays forming because of it throughout this morning. in the meantime, let's go over to another live picture. this is in college park. if you are on the bel
in garrett county. still holding on to the '70s it to the east. the dew points was up in the '70s yesterday. 24 hours ago, it felt very tropical out there, but watch that dry air come from the west and the dew point numbers drop into the '30's and 40's. the dry air comes in and it feels like fall. 45 in the suburbs to night. 55 at the inner harbor. sunset is at 7:08. a clear night tonight and a lot of sun tomorrow. the front in chicago will be our next whether maker but it will take a couple of days to push past chicago, stall in the valley and get a secondary push behind it. finally, that front comes across our region tomorrow. until it arrives, we get to enjoy some nice weather. cloud cover along the coast but nice weather through friday. you can see unsettled conditions with showers breaking out friday evening, pushing toward baltimore. that is a strong cold front that will continue to keep temperatures down next week. sunny skies tomorrow. it went right out of the southeast. it should be a beautiful day. on the bay, light winds and waves at about 1 foot. western maryland, some frost pos
garrett county, that is a frost advisory. the first frost advisory in our region so far this year. garrett county, lower elevations, could be in the low 30s tonight. that's how cool this air mass is. we're not going to see low 30s here. what we're going to see is temperatures in the low 40s. high of only 62 in pittsburgh today. 65 in morgantown and 67 in hagerstown. virginia beach coming in at 74 degrees. our average high is sitting at 78 right now. we were well below average, just like everybody else in our region. the reason why, we've got a trough of low pressure sitting across our region. as we move into the day tomorrow and friday, the mild air will move back up to our area. the chilly air moves back to the north. watch what happens this weekend. a strong front pushes through and that allows the chilly air to come into our area sunday. sunday a cool day. monday morning will probably be the coldest morning we've seen so far this season. some areas may actually get into the upper 30s. you folks out to the mountains in northwest of the city. it's going to be cool. nice and cool this even
, they will be in their mid-'20s. prime voting time garrett it ends up being more important within the spectrum of things you can do. >> thank you very much. we are now at the tail end of the workshop. i want to thank you for your active participation, not just today but the prior workshops. several of the commissioners have met with us and had additional briefings. the program that we presented to you today brings our system to a state of good repair. employees, state of the art technology, it hits all the marks that we are trying to hit. it makes our facilities good neighbors and enables us to increase our level of community benefits. it does take a robust community outreach program. i think julia and her staff have done a great job. they have brought on a communications person specifically for the ssip. they are working with me on a day-to-day basis. we will have a team of communications people who are assisting us. what is different about today is that we have a resolution and potential action for the commission. we are recommending that you approve the resolution. this would move us to endorsing the ssi
, they will be in their mid-'20s. prime voting time garrett it ends up being more rt
garrett, these grants will help expand suicide prevention efforts. our department continues to support the national suicide prevention lifeline and to partner with the va on the crisis line. these call in line to allow people all over the united states and some overseas locations to call at any time, day or night, and get help and they need it. finally, we want to make sure that suicide prevention is part of our broader efforts to improve health care across america. for example, a couple of weeks ago, the centers for medicare and medicaid services announced new standards that doctors will have to meet to earn certain incentive payments. we made sure that providing people who have major depression with suicide risk assessment was included as one of those standards. beginning last year, medicare also began covering an annual preventive screened for depression which is especially important since older americans have the highest rate of death by suicide. in the past, we have often treated mental health or substance abuse as personal issues. individuals must overcome these on their own or
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be heroes. sheriff pat garrett sold out to the santa fe ring. how does it feel? it feels like times have changed. times maybe, not me. sam is an attacker of the establishment. sam and i were going to do a television series on "the magnificent seven." kind of sorry we didn't. and it did come to pass, but when sam and i met about it he said, "this is a great opportunity to rip up the soft belly of hollywood." i'd never thought of that. i thought we were just going to make some westerns. (gunshot) keep the change, bob. (gunshot) (thomas schatz) the western as it develops seems to conceive of society in more and more sophisticated terms. as it gets more sophisticated, it becomes more corrupt. well, let's get to it. ten steps? suits me. you count 'em. you ain't thought of another way? nah, i can't come up with nothin'. get to it. one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight... (gunshot) (rudy wurlizter) sam identified so much with billy that he didn't want him to die, you know. so there was a great freak-out on the end about whether sam was going to let him live or not. he was getting prett
of the iceberg >>> it's beyond pot, if there is matt garrett a lot of gang fighting, it is sad >>> authorities found evidence of cocaine math guns and $25,000 cash that authorities believe was fuelling gang activity >>> i'd like to move now you never know what will happen next >>> christin ayers cbs 5 >>> campaign 2012 president obama and mitt romney but romney spend millions on their campaigns another candidate flies under the radar roseanne barr, the comedian in oakland tonight reporter juliette goodrich on her message to voters. >>> comedian and former tv star roseanne barr running for president as the peace and freedom party candidate. bart telling voters she wants to legalize marijuana >>> the night can get twice as many brownies >>> she spoke at a panel at oaksterdam the nation's first cannabis trade school >>> what is your message? >>> democracy freedom and peace. >>> roseanne barr is the peace and freedom candidate in california her name will be on the ballot in this state and other states as well. >>> she's not done enough ballots to win but her supporters think otherwise >>> we can g
ascends tonight. here's garrett, whose team was coughing up lead after lead over the past year and a half. and they come in here and win it on opening night. 24-17. and the wendy's post-game report on the other side of the break. >>> welcome to the wendy's post-game report. here now, bob costas. >> converting a key third down, romo to ogletree to deny the giants one last chance to tie it. the cowboys come into metlife stadium and win 24-17. michele tafoya is standing by with tony romo, kevin ogletree, and demarcus ware. here's michele. >> tony, you come in here to new york. you're facing the defending super bowl champions. big environment. how did you guys overcome that and play as well as you did? >> well, our approach is to take it one play, one day at a time and get better. and good or bad play, you've just got to keep doing it. disregard it, go to the next play and keep going. and whether you're playing in a parking lot or in giants stadium against the world champs you've got to be able to execute the plays. i think our team has done a great job taking that approach day in and day out
into garrett county and the other storms that were in the delmarva earlier have gone up into new jersey. in the immediate future the next few hours we are fine, nothing in the immediate metro area between warrenton, down towards fredericksburg, la plata, toward dunkirk and up toward frederick. temps aren't bad, but boy, the humidity is, 82 downtown, 79 gaithersburg, 79 manassas but it feels like mid- to upper 80s. tonight mostly cloudy, muggy, a few storm possible, nothing in the next few hours, lows 68 to 74. we'll come back and talk about when the remnants of isaac will finally leave us alone. >>> well, tomorrow the democratic national convention kicks off in charlotte, north carolina, but the party is already going in the queen city. the convention's host committee put on a day long street celebration called carolina fest 2012. over at bank of america stadium crews are putting final uches in place before president obama gives his nomination acceptance speech on thursday. democrats are now preparing their counter to the republicans' message last week in tampa, but so far the party fin
advisory in garrett county tonight. the chill is starting to set in. not that chilly around here, but still below normal. clear skies and nearly comments. strong high-pressure pushing that cooler air in. it will be with us thursday and friday. saturday the front comes rolling through in the evening, and behind it is another batch of cool, fault there. then we will least be in the fall season. little bit of cloud cover and some showers from west in the ohio valley. late afternoon and evening when the showers costs that mounds and approach baltimore, may be up rubble of thunder as the front is sliding through saturday night. until the second front comes in, enjoy the nice weather. sun up just before 7:00, going down at 7:06. an afternoon temperature of 72- 77 degrees. western maryland, after that frosty start to the day, there will be sunshine and temperatures warning in to the -- warming into the 60's. the humidity stays down and on the coast, a few high clouds passing by at times tomorrow. lots of sunshine for friday. the last two days of summer, mid-7's. right around 80 on saturday with a
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